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Sport for Jove's Antigone draws on the modern tragedies of terrorism and Syria
Melbourne Age

Sport for Jove's Antigone draws on the modern tragedies of ter...

After the Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev​ was killed in a shoot out with police at the end of a manhunt that gripped America in 2013, authorities were left with an intractable problem: what to do with his body? The imam of a prominent ... Melbourne Age, 3 weeks ago

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Orlando Shooter: My Name Is Islamic Soldier and Tamerlan Tsarnaev Is My Homeboy

( Orlando shooter Omar Mateen identified himself to an Orlando police negotiator as Islamic soldier, according to a transcript of the exchange, and praised Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev as his homeboy. My name is Islamic ...
 CNS News3 weeks ago Orlando Shooter's True Motive Finally Revealed: Why Did the FBI Try to Hide It?  Before It's News3 weeks ago Orlando Jihadi 911 Transcripts Revealed: My Name Is Islamic Soldier  Breitbart.com3 weeks ago What Was Orlando Shooter's Motive? New 911 Tapes Offer Baffling Clues  Daily Caller3 weeks ago
Melbourne Age

Sport for Jove's Antigone retells Sophocles' tragedy in modern times

Antigone. Adapted from Sophocles' play by Damien Ryan. Directed by Damien Ryan and Terry Karabelas. Sport for Jove Theatre Company and the Seymour Centre. The Playhouse, Canberra Theatre Centre. October 27-29 at 8pm. Tickets $35$45: 6275 2700 or ...
 WA Today2 days ago Sport for Jove's Antigone is a modern setting of Sophocles' tragedy  Sydney Morning Herald2 days ago

Syrian refugees battle stereotypes in fight to fit in

Sabha Al-Ali, 28, practices one of her favorite English phrases, a scrum of kids circling her in their cramped apartment in Pittsburgh's Crafton Heights neighborhood. She hasn't learned a lot of English yet, but what she knows is important. ...
 San Francisco Chronicle.com4 days ago

How the FBI Creates Domestic Terror in the United States

(Before It's News) 21st Century Wire says… This is a bit of an oddity as far as TED talks go… Investigative journalist Trevor Aaronson actuallydelivers a TED presentation whichcalls out the FBI for being the party responsible for ...
 Before It's News1 week ago
Moscow Times

Putin Criticizes U.S. Counterterror Cooperation with Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin has criticized the U.S. government's attitude toward counterterrorism cooperation with Russia, the Interfax news agency reported. Russia sends our American partners information, and frequently there's no reaction, ...
 Moscow Times1 week ago Putin regrets low level of cooperation with US secret services  Tass.ru1 week ago

FBI Report: Homegrown Terrorists Are Motivated by US Atrocities Abroad

Anger over U.S. military operations abroad was the most commonly cited factor in motivating homegrown terrorists, according to a secret FBI study reviewed by The Intercept on Tuesday. The study, conducted in 2012 and titled Homegrown Violent ...
 Disinformation1 week ago 'Homegrown Terrorists' Are Mostly Motivated by US Atrocities Abroad: Secret FBI Report  Common Dreams1 week ago

X-Men star joins James Cameron's Alita: Battle Angel

- 15:08 AMT PanARMENIAN.Net - Lana Condor , who made her film debut as Jubilee in X-Men: Apocalypse, has been cast in James Cameron's Alita: Battle Angel opposite Rosa Salazar, Jackie Earle Haley, Eisa Gonzalez and Christoph Waltz, Variety ...
 PanARMENIAN Network1 week ago X-Men Star Lana Condor Joins James Cameron's Alita: Battle Angel  Variety1 week ago
The Intercept

FBI study states the obvious: US military operations abroad the reason for homegrown terrorism

Goran Tomasevic / Reuters A U.S. soldier watches as a statue of Iraq's President Saddam Hussein falls in central Baghdad, Iraq April 9, 2003. A secret FBI study found that anger over U.S. military operations abroad was the most commonly ...
 Sott.net1 week ago U.S. Military Operations Are Biggest Motivation for Homegrown Terrorists, FBI Study Finds  The Intercept1 week ago U.S. Military Operations Are The Biggest Motivation For Homegrown Terrorists, An FBI Study Finds  Dime Magazine1 week ago

The Islamic State of America

If there is one thing you can count on, aside from death and taxes, it's that in the wake of every Islamic attack on Americans, left-wing politicians and the media — as if one can still make a distinction between them — will be reminding us that ...
 The Patriot Post2 weeks ago
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